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Liquid African Black Soap Recipes for Skin and Hair
by Lisa Maliga

liquid african black soap recipes for skin and hair lisa maliga free ebook

Liquid African Black Soap Recipes for Skin and Hair - Make your own liquid African black soap in minutes! Includes five easy recipes using natural ingredients. You also receive information about essential oils and where to buy links for African black soap and other healthy additives. “Liquid African Black Soap Recipes for Skin and Hair” makes a great companion book to "Nilotica [East African] Shea Body Butter Recipes [The Whipped Shea Butter Series], Book 1” and “How to Make Handmade Shampoo Bars.”

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This eBook is a great companion to How to Make Handmade Shampoo Bars and Nilotica [East African] Shea Body Butter Recipes [The Whipped Shea Butter Series], Book 1

Want to SEE how easy it is to make soap? Check out the Seaweed Soap Video and the Pink Clay & Shea Shampoo Bar Video. Want natural sulfate free soap? Read the new eBook Organic and Sulfate Free Melt and Pour Glycerin Soap Crafting Recipes.

READ SOME REVIEWS:

“A LOT OF INFO FOR FREE…This is a nice short recipe book that has quite a good but of information for free. The recipes are very easy as well.” Denise Hensley, Amazon Customer Review

"Great recipes, I've tried a few and the results are fabulous!" TheBreeze, Amazon Customer Review

"I knew nothing about African black soap. This book was a very basic book in explaining how it's made and how it can be used. I now use African black soap as a shampoo and it works great in preventing the usual scalp itching that I get from store bought shampoos. It's a basic good book." xnm, Amzon Customer Review

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